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CKE Content and Knowledge Engineering Restaurants, Inc. Anaheim, Calif., promoted John J. Dunion to senior vice president, purchasing. Dunion is responsible for all purchasing management within CKE. Also promoted was Michael W. Liby to senior vice president, operations who is responsible for all Carl's Jr. company restaurant operations, as well as training, facilities repair and maintenance, operations development and public relations public relations, activities and policies used to create public interest in a person, idea, product, institution, or business establishment. By its nature, public relations is devoted to serving particular interests by presenting them to the public in the most . McDonald's Corp., Oak Brook, Ill., promoted Claire Babrowski as executive vice president, restaurant systems from senior vice president, restaurant systems. She will continue to be responsible for operations, restaurant development, purchasing, menu management, and training. Bestfoods, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., elected Philip V Philip V, king of France
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To make over in structure or style; reconstruct. about 133 existing stores this year. Beverage company Whitman Corp. Chicago, Ill., named Frank T. Westover as executive vice president and CEO, succeeding Thomas L. Bindley who is leaving to manage a private investment business. Shoney's, Inc., Nashville, Tenn., tapped David Early as senior vice president of franchising. Wall Street Deli, Inc. appointed Jeffrey V. Kaufman as CEO succeeding Louis C. Henderson Jr., who resigned to pursue other business interests. Michael Foods, Inc., Minneapolis, announced its shareholders elected three new directors to serve on its board. Elected were: Dan Dillon, president and CEO, Welch Foods, Inc.; Jerry Jenko, senior advisor, Goldsmith, Agio AGIO, aggio. This term is used to denote the difference of price between the value of bank notes and nominal money, and the coin of the country. Encyc. , Helms and Co. (an investment banking firm); and Peggy Moore, vice president of corporate investor relations, PepsiCo, Inc. Michael Foods, is a food processor and distributor with particular interests in egg products, refrigerated re·frig·er·ate
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